Tuesday, 6 May 2014

New Stash And A Couple Of Pic's

Hello all, 
Its been just over a month since my last post and it has flown by.
Thank You all so much for your lovely comments and best wishes.
Noah is now at home and doing great.
He's now nearly 5.5lb and feeding like a good'en.  : )

Not hardly stitched at all but now getting back into the swing of things now that everything is settling down and no more running backwards and forwards to the hospital.

While no stitching was being done i did treat myself to some goodies.

Then i got my act together and finally made a little something with the Eiffel Tower that i made for DD a couple of years ago. I'm a great one for sewing things and then putting them away to get framed and then leaving them, thinking i will give it a go at framing them myself.

Wanted to finish it off with some Navy ribbon to make a little hanger but has usual everything but that colour.
Just has well DD liked it just the way it was.  : )

And lastly some pic's of Noah.

We still have the crib we had for his dad and Auntie.
It has a skirt that goes round the outside put is more trouble than its worth, always falling down.  ; )

The Teddy is nearly bigger then Noah.

He has a nice set of wheels.

He sleeps in this better than in the crib. Maybe because it tips up slightly like the incubator he was in.

He looks huge, but believe me he's still tiny.

Anyway that's all from me.
Thanks for stopping by and looking.


Lesley said...

Your grandson is gorgeous Julie:-) I do like his name,so glad he is home and doing well.
Lovely stitching too.

cucki said...

Aww your grandson is so sweet..l.
Beautiful stitching
Lots of love for you all
Hugs xxx

Raven/Missy said...

Your grandson is just beautiful! I love the crib. Your Eiffel Tower pillow looks great also.

Annette-California said...

Congratulations on being a grandmother! Noah is beautiful and so precious. I think the stroller has higher sides and maybe keeps him warmer, maybe that's why he can sleep better in the stroller.
Souvenir de France looks beautiful finished as a pillow or hanger.
love Annette

butterfly said...

Oh Julie Noah is just beautiful what a sweetie, you must be so happy to have him home.
Beautiful stitching you did a great job big hugs.

Anne said...

Big congrats on the arrival of your first grandson! He is beautiful!! Lovely stash you got and the finish of Souvenir du Paris is perfect! Hugs!

Julie said...

He's adorable, such good news he is home and thriving.

Carol said...

Little Noah is so precious, Julie--I'll bet you can't take your eyes off him!

Love your Paris finish--I did this one for my sister last fall for her 50th birthday :)

Ele said...

What a sweet baby
Love your finish

Dani - tkdchick said...

Congrats to your new addition! He's adorable and the Eiffel Tower pillow turned out great!

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

Noah is so precious and tiny! He's almost half the weight my son was at birth.

Noah is such a popular name now too, I have three friends with Noahs! Funny how fashions change. I stitched a lovely name sampler for one with a Noah and his Ark.

Miss Marple said...

Noah is so sweet and adorable!
Have a fantastic week

Brigitte said...

Such wonderful pictures from your sweet little grandson. Thanks for sharing.

Valma said...

Noah is so adorable, over cute little man <3
I love this old crib you kept !
your Eiffel tower pillow looks really great, you'll do a hanger next time ;)
it's cute this way, well done

MysteryKnitter said...

How cute he is! I am sure you are over the moon, now that you're a Grandma.